Subjective Symptoms of Glenohumeral Arthritis and Articular Hydrops
Subjective symptoms of
arthritis of any etiology and articular hydrops are a morning stiffness and
pains inside of the shoulder joint, which are mainly felt at night, and during
lying on the affected shoulder. Anamnesticly this affection can be differed from
other inflammatory processes of structures with synovial epithelium in the area
of the whole shoulder girdle.
Objective symptoms of arthritis
of the glenohumeral articulation are a restriction of motility with a finding of
capsule pattern. At first
an outer rotation is restricted at arthritis, then an abduction is restricted,
and finally an inner rotation is restricted. But bursitides and tenovaginitis of
the long head of the biceps have the same symptoms.